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Author Name    Starrett, Vincent; Machen, Arthur; introduction by Michael Murphy

Title   STARRETT VS. MACHEN: A Record of Discovery and Correspondence

Binding   Hardcover.

Book Condition   Fine, in leather shelfback stamped in black over cream boards decorated with facsimile letter; no dust jacket, as issued. Illustrated with photo-portraits and drawings.

Edition   First edition, first printing: limited to 500 numbered copies. This is an unnumbered copy.

Publisher   St. Louis, Missouri: Autolycus Press, (1977).

ISBN Number    B0006WVDMQ

Seller ID   45758.00

Collection of grateful letters from Machen to his chief U.S. booster Starrett, starting in 1915 and abruptly ceasing in 1924 when Machen accused Starrett of pirating his work; documents in the battle between Knopf and Covici-McGee over the alleged piracy.

Literary Biography. Books on Books. English Literature. Science Fiction/Fantasy.

Price = 25.00 USD



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